Despite the uncertainty the Jets face this season at many positions, Matt Forte believes this year's team will have a better environment in the locker room.
This offseason, the Jets have seen Brandon Marshall, Eric Decker and Ryan Fitzpatrick, among others, leave for other teams.
"It's a detriment to a team if you have guys that are selfish and only want to get their job done for a certain reason instead of the main reason, being for all of us to get our job done to win," Forte said, according to ESPN's Rich Cimini.
Forte, after seeing trouble in the locker room last year -- like the Marshall-Sheldon Richardson debacle -- thinks this year's team is closer together and won't have any disruptions like that.
"If you see something, you say something and you correct it right there," Forte said. "You don't let stuff fester and hang on. That's how small things -- small problems -- turn into big problems on game day. We've been working on that the whole offseason. You definitely feel it."
In his first year with the Jets, Forte rushed for 813 yards and seven touchdowns.